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Scottish Government have published the Air Quality Scotland Brochure 2018 and it can be downloaded from the Technical reports

Bonfire and firework displays across Scotland cause elevated Particulate Matter (PM) overnight from 5th to 6th November. More details are available in the brief report below.

Last year the Scottish Government decided to undertake an independent review of its air quality strategy ‘

Enjoy the bonfire night activities over the next few nights but be aware that the many firework events organised can cause air pollution levels to become elevated over a relatively short period of

The AQ Scotland App has recently been updated with new functionality and can be downloaded from the Apple Store and Google Play now.

The App provides:

The new NO2 Diffusion Tube Map is now live on the Air Quality in Scotland website and can be found htt

The eighth edition of the Scottish Air Quality Database (SAQD) stakeholder newsletter has been published, on behalf of the Scottish Government, by Ricardo Energy & Environment.

On the Wednesday 24th April 2019 the majority of Scotland is experiencing a moderate air pollution episode with several locations on the east coast recording levels in the high Banding.

The seventh edition of the Scottish Air Quality Database (SAQD) stakeholder newsletter has been published, on behalf of the Scottish Government, by Ricardo Energy & Environment.

Scottish Government have published the National Low Emissions Framework.

Scottish Government have published the Air Quality Scotland Brochure 2017 and it can be downloaded from the Technical reports

The annual Scottish Air Quality Database and Website Annual Seminar is taking place on Tuesday 12 February 2019 at COSLA, Verity House, 19 Haymarket Yards, Edinburgh, EH12 5BH.

Enjoy the bonfire night celebrations tonight but be aware that the many firework events organised can cause air pollution levels to become elevated over a relatively short period of time.

The interactive air pollution concentration maps presented in this report for the year 2016 have been prepared for Scotland under the Scottish Air Quality Database (SAQD) project, using Scotland-sp

The sixth edition of the Scottish Air Quality Database (SAQD) stakeholder newsletter has been published, on behalf of the Scottish Government, by Ricardo Energy & Environment.

The fifth edition of the Scottish Air Quality Database (SAQD) stakeholder newsletter has been published, on behalf of the Scottish Government, by Ricardo Energy & Environment.